Years After The Biggest Catastrophe…

Years After The Biggest Catastrophe...

The accident in Chernobyl is considered to be the biggest tragedy in nuclear power stations and one of the two accidents that reached the highest level of The International Nuclear Event Scale ( the second is the Fukushima accident ). This scale has 7 levels allowing to value a damage degree. On the following pictures we can see how the disaster changed or destroyed people’s lives.

Years After The Biggest Catastrophe...

These pictures are taken 25 years after the terrible catastrophe, but it seems nothing has changed: toys in kindergartens are still lonely.

Years After The Biggest Catastrophe...

Years After The Biggest Catastrophe...

Years After The Biggest Catastrophe...

Years After The Biggest Catastrophe...

The toys can tell some stories that have much in common with recollections of the people who went through the Chernobyl accident.

Years After The Biggest Catastrophe...

Nowadays a group of photographers work on the project “Igrushka” (“Toy”) where they collect pictures of Russian toys.

Years After The Biggest Catastrophe...

When this project is over, the photos will be inserted into a book dedicated to the Chernobyl tragedy.

Years After The Biggest Catastrophe...

Years After The Biggest Catastrophe...

Years After The Biggest Catastrophe...

Years After The Biggest Catastrophe...

Years After The Biggest Catastrophe...

Years After The Biggest Catastrophe...

Years After The Biggest Catastrophe...

Years After The Biggest Catastrophe...

Years After The Biggest Catastrophe...

Years After The Biggest Catastrophe...

Location:Chernobyl

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3 thoughts on “Years After The Biggest Catastrophe…”

  1. The red bicycle is one of the worst photoshop jobs I have ever seen. I wonder if any of these have not been posed.

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